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2016-01-18 14:35 posted in Knife & Cutter
Here is the article about knife blade of Window tint knives, let us beginning:
Knife blade for film cutting was usually made of carbon steel or stainless steel.
But do you know the difference between these two materials?
There are also many other types of stainless steels, but these are different in composition and structure and are rarely used in edge applications, since the edge properties are inferior to those of martensitic stainless steel grades.
Difference between carbon steel and stainless steel
There are two main differences between carbon knife steel and stainless knife steel. The first is that stainless steels have much higher corrosion resistance, due to the protective chromium oxide layer that covers the steel surface after heat treatment. The second difference relates to the alloying elements that form carbides. Stainless steels contain at least 10.5% by weight of chromium. The carbide particles provide the steel with significant wear resistance. The carbides are bonded together by the steel matrix.
The importance of carbide size
A knife steel with large carbides is generally very difficult to regrind, since the carbides crumble out of the edge and cause a 'saw edge' instead of a razor-sharp edge. Sandvik produces knife steels with fine carbides which enable excellent edge sharpness.
Combination of knife steel properties
The table shows combinations of knife steel properties for different classes of steel. Note that corrosion is detrimental for the cutting edge. Consequently the lack of sufficient corrosion resistance also affects knife performance and not only the esthetics of the blade.
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2015-12-20 11:05 posted in About Scraper
Do you have to change your scraper in a frequent time?
Do you expect to keep your scraper a long-time usage?
Here are some suggestions for you:
* You should keep you scraper seprately from other auto window tint tools to help prevent damage to their cutting edges.Whilst not in use, scraper blades should be stored wrapped in an oiled rag to help prevent rusting.
* Plastic-handles scrapers should not require any maintenance, but wooden handles may require sanding down to remove splinters and occasionally rubbing with linseed oil to help prevent them from drying out and splitting.
* The blades of engineer's scrapers need regular sharpening to maintain an effective scraping edge.
Wooden handles will need sanding down if splinters form, and will need replacing if they split.
If the scraper shaft becomes bent or damaged, then you should replace the scraper.
New blades should be purchased once it is no longer possible to sharpen the existing blade so that it efficiently scrapes. If your scraper does not have removable blades, and can no longer be sharpened so that it scrapes effectively, then you should replace the scraper.
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2015-11-23 17:35 posted in Tinting Tips
Choose good squeegee
The keys to success are buying a good squeegee and keeping it fitted with a sharp, new rubber blade. The same high-quality window washing tools the pros use are readily available at home centers and full-service hardware stores. The whole setup is inexpensive and will last many years. In addition to a 10- or 12-in. squeegee you'll need a scrubber, a bucket (a 5-gallon plastic bucket will work), hand dishwashing liquid and a few tinting lint-free towels or small towels.
Replace your blade frequently.
Look for replacement blades, also called rubbers, where you buy the squeegee and pick up two or three to have on hand. The pros we talked to change their squeegee blades as often as once a day. That's because you just can't do a good job if the edge of the blade becomes nicked, sliced or rounded over with use. If your squeegee leaves streaks or just isn't performing like new, don't hesitate to replace the blade . You can get a little more mileage out of blades that aren't nicked or sliced by simply reversing them to expose a fresh edge. When you store the squeegee, make sure nothing touches the blade.
You don't need fancy buckets or special soap. Any large bucket will do. Just add a couple of gallons of water and about a teaspoon of dishwashing liquid and you're ready to go. In warm weather, you'll get a little more working time by using cool water. If you've procrastinated so long that you're washing windows in below-freezing temps (I learned this the hard way), add wind shield washing solution until the water doesn't freeze on the glass. Scrubber or sponge? It's up to you. A scrubber works great and is worth buying if you have a lot of medium to large panes of glass. But a good-quality sponge is all you really need, especially if most of your windowpanes are small.
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2015-10-14 15:12 posted in Tinting Tips
After paid for your auto window tinting, you should inspect the job to be sure it is satisfactory.
Is the window film applied in a single piece or is it cut into strips that surround the defroster lines?
The best tint shops always apply film in a single piece. Now look at the borders of the rear window, in many cars there is a black ‘frit’ edge on the window, Make sure the window film is securely attached to the frit as well.
Pay attention to side windows. The window film should be applied to the inside and be completely flush against all 4 edges of the window. Now look at the window film itself. Don’t worry if the film looks slightly streaky or discolored; window film takes a couple weeks to dry out and become completely clear. But if there are bubbles of air under the film or the film itself is not completely flat against the window, this is a sure sign of sloppy tinting.
2015-09-22 17:22 posted in Tinting Tips
Benefits of TingtingTinting does cost money,but it has many benefits. It protects your car windows; helps keep your car cool and avoid overheating; protects your skin from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays; and it provides accident pngrotection by holding shattered glass together, thus protecting the inside occupants. Tinting can also reduce harmful rays from the sun and other car headlights, helping you drive safely. In addition, it protects your privacy and contents within a car, and it prevents cracking and fading of car upholstery due to harmful UV rays.
Choosing the right tinting is essential. Below are few tips for choosing a car window tinting that gives both style and elegance to your car.
Familiarize yourself with various options
The more information you have about various tinting options, the better it is for you. You can visit a window tinting shop to learn more about the options.
Get the best quality as far as possible.
Learn state tinting laws
To find out about car tinting regulations in your state, you can contact a local car tint applier or search online. Most states have specific regulations for tinted windows. A dark tinted window makes it difficult for law enforcement to identify hit and run culprits or criminal suspects during traffic stops. Hence, it is necessary to find about your state’s tinting laws before you set out to make a purchase.
Let the tinting be done by a professional.
Places should be tint
side mirror and rear mirror.Lighter shades of window tint will be safer on rear and side windows since darker shades can obscure windows, which will bring danger when you are driving.
Maintain your window tintOnce the tinting is complete, wait for a few days before cleaning and rolling down windows. After applying tint the installer usually cleans the window. It is advisable to use a soft towel or ammonia-free soap cleaner.
Protect your car from overheating and fading. Surely your car will look stylish with a solid tinting job, just be sure to be well-informed before getting it installed.